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I have simplistic tastes in background info and like the World Book Encyclopedias with their charts, etc., which we bought for the kids, in 1977, which summarize and explain things from every angle, history, geography, economics, climate, the people, the government, etc., etc. Some of it may be outdated, but you get a lovely quick prcis.

In that article I learned that the entire area of all the islands which make up New Zealand is equal to that of Colorado, that the inhabitants enjoy a high standard of living, that you are never out of sight of the mountains or more than 80 miles from the sea and it appears to be a paradise on earth.

The author switches to prose and explains the 3 are "nothing more than people, by themselves....Like how you pronounce "Maori." I was seriously corrected on my trip because of my pronunciation, so I'd like to know how that word is pronounced?In addition, since this IS a series, we will want to always be comparing HOW these authors present the different countries OR points of view.I have also found there seems to be no Reader's Guide OR questions for this book, even from the publisher, and that several reading groups have found quite a few negative things they felt about the book.Note that I say "the book" and not New Zealand and as I think Carolyn and some of you have mentioned, there are other authors from New Zealand who do present different voices and perspectives.Set in the harsh environment of the South Island beaches of New Zealand, this masterful story brings together three singular people in a trinity that reflects their country's varied heritage.

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